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  • RAF Benson Community Primary School pupils reading the Cloud Nine book series
    Unique wellbeing books aimed at RAF children launched at RAF Benson

    A new series of books aimed at improving the mental health of the RAF Family has been launched at RAF Benson Community Primary School.

  • The RAF Triathlon team with the baton at Princess Marina House.
    RAF Triathlon team of six conquer 106 miles with RAF100 baton

    Tide, hills and 106 miles were overcome by a team of six RAF triathletes to deliver the RAF100 baton to the RAF Benevolent Fund's Princess Marina House on Sunday.

  • Jen Kelly
    How benefits changes could affect the RAF Family

    In the second of our new series of blogs, Welfare Benefits Advisor Jen Kelly outlines how changes in benefits and the Personal Independence Payment review could affect RAF veterans and personnel.

  • Johnny Ayling
    Carers need not feel alone, the RAF Benevolent Fund is by their side

    Carers who are part of the RAF Family now have a dedicated support package – thanks to the RAF Benevolent Fund.

  • Greg Vickers
    Greg's Channel challenge to give back to charity

    Thirteen years ago, former SAC Greg Vickers suffered life-changing injuries after being found unconscious in the road. But now, he is taking on an incredible challenge to give back to the charity which has supported him throughout his recovery.

  • April Fools Club members
    Cyclists' tribute to Dambusters mission

    This May a group of cyclists will echo the journey taken by 19 Lancasters 75 years ago when they set off the Dambusters raid.

  • Freya Williams ready to take on London Marathon 2018
    My advice: Never enter the ballot after wine!

    For 24-year-old Freya Williams of Greenwich, taking on the London Marathon this year means so much more to her than ticking something off her bucket list. It's a chance for her to honour her Great Uncle, who served in Bomber Command.

  • Padre Michael Chatfield
    Penguin Padre tackles Falklands Marathon

    RAF Chaplain, Padre Michael Chatfield has certainly gone the extra mile to raise funds for the RAF Benevolent Fund. Not only has he decided to run the race in a penguin outfit, he had to extend his time on the Falkland Islands to do it!

  • An RAF serviceman helps to push a car through the snow
    Heroes don't always wear capes - sometimes they arrive in 4x4 vehicles!

    Some of the RAF's finest swept to the aid of those worst affected by the incredible snow and ice brought by the Beast from the East earlier this month.

  • Mother and daughter
    Help is out there for those missing loved ones on Mother's Day

    As mothers prepare to be spoiled by their children tomorrow in celebration of Mothering Sunday, for some people it is a day of memories.

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